Isabella Rawl and Clemson continue to lead ACC Women's Championship
Isabella Rawl (Clemson Athletics Photo)
Isabella Rawl (Clemson Athletics Photo)

Defending champions, the Clemson Tigers, lead the 2024 ACC Women's Championship at Porters Neck Country Club in Wilmington, N.C., by three shots after the first two rounds. Clemson is at 16-under after team rounds of 278-282. 

Wake Forest is in solo second place at 13-under after rounds of 280-283. 

Virginia is in solo third place at 5-under, North Carolina is in solo fourth place at 1-under, and NC State is in solo fifth place at 3-over.

Florida State is in solo sixth place at 4-over, Virginia Tech is in solo seventh place at 5-over, and Duke is in solo eighth place at 9-over. Florida State is playing without sophomore Lottie Woad, who is making her LPGA debut at the Chevron Championship after winning the 2024 Augusta National Women's Amateur.

Woad is currently 4-under and T10. She is only four shots off the lead.  

Clemson is coming off a team win in 2023 and will look to secure its second straight ACC championship this weekend.

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In the individual competition, Isabella Rawls continues to lead after a second-round 1-under to get to 6-under and lead the field by one shot. She has carded rounds of 67-71.

Rawl shot an impressive 5-under 67 with six birdies and one bogey in the first round and is currently ranked No. 250 in the Golfweek/ Women's Rankings. The 5-under 67 was the lowest ACC tournament round ever by a Clemson Women's golfer.

In the record-breaking round, she made birdies on holes No. 15, 17, and 18 to reach the clubhouse at 5-under.

Rawl was key for the Tigers last year in their upset of Virginia in the ACC championship finals last year. She won her match 1-up, securing the winning point. 

Rachel Kuehn of Wake Forest shot a 5-under 67 to jump into T2 with Lauren Olivares Leon of NC State and Megan Streicher of North Carolina at 5-under. Sydney Roberts of Clemson, Amanda Sambach of Virginia, Valentine Delon of Virginia Tech, and Carolina Lopez-Chacarra of Wake Forest are T5 at 4-under. 

Kuehn is ranked No. 5 in the Golfweek/ Women's Rankings.

Results: ACC Women's Championship
1NCRachel KuehnAsheville, NC80072-67-67=206
T2NCAmanda SambachDavidson, NC50070-70-69=209
T2SCIsabella RawlLexington, SC50067-71-71=209
4IrelandSara ByrneIreland40073-71-66=210
T5MexicoIsabel AmezcuaMexico40070-71-70=211

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